A Small Cavity Might Need a Filling

If you sometimes struggle to maintain good oral hygiene practices, the excess bacterial deposits in your mouth can lead to a chronic build up of plaque in your mouth. In time the persistent oral acidity can gradually start to demineralize your tooth enamel causing a cavity to develop on one... Read more »

The Basics: Mouth Jewelry

Mouth jewelry may be a trendy fashion addition, but there are several health risks involved. With lip and tongue rings, you could be putting your smile at an increased risk of several forms of dental damage and give various tooth hazards a chance to occur. To protect your smile, you... Read more »

Dental Checkups: The Facts You Should Know

If you are interested in knowing all about dental checkups, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. John Theriot, is happy to share some facts about dental checkups, which are vital for a top-notch oral health and smile. The more you know, the better chance... Read more »

Find the Answers to Questions About Oral Hygiene for Kids Here

Are you someone who has questions about oral hygiene for kids? If so, you have come to the right blog. Here, you might not find the answers to your specific questions, but you could find answers that can help. Our dentist, Dr. John Theriot, is happy to give you some... Read more »

The Treatments That Can Help With Bad Breath

If you suffer from bad breath, then you are probably searching for a way to treat it. You deserve a fresh and pristine breath! In a good case, poor oral hygiene or something as simple as a stuck food particle could be causing your bad breath. In a bad case,... Read more »

What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

If you don’t take care of your baby’s teeth while they still have some, you could end up spending a lot more time in our office when your child is a teenager. Baby teeth, while temporary, are critical to the overall oral health of a child, and they set the... Read more »

Improve Your Smile with Dentures

  If you have ever suffered an oral accident or injury at any time, you may be left with missing or lost teeth. Although missing or lost teeth may not seem as big of a deal as you think, it can lead to further dental damage with your remaining teeth.... Read more »

Details About the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance

You need top-notch oral hygiene tools to have a top-notch oral hygiene routine. This is why our dentist, Dr. John Theriot, encourages you to look closely at the toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, and other oral hygiene tool packaging for a specific logo before purchasing it. That logo is the American Dental... Read more »

Dentistry Topics for Beginners: Dental Erosion

If you want to have the greatest oral health care success this holiday season and beyond, practice effective dental erosion prevention. To help prevent dental erosion, it is important to be aware of its numerous causes as well as treatments you can use to help prevent it from occurring. Here... Read more »

A Traumatized Tongue Might Need Basic First Aid

Sometimes an accidental blow to the mouth or chin can cause you to bite down excessively hard on your tongue. This can cause pain, bleeding, and potential lingual lacerations. If you or someone nearby has just suffered a problem like this, you might need to administer some basic first aid... Read more »